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Liechtenstein travel restrictions

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Open for travel from Liechtenstein
Crossing Rules
  • Passengers traveling to Liechtenstein must follow the entry guidelines of the country being travelled through to enter Liechtenstein (Switzerland).
Flight Restrictions

published 17.08.2020

Entry restrictions
Passengers are not allowed to enter.
– This does not apply to passengers arriving from Schengen Member States.
– This does not apply to passengers arriving directly from Andorra, Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Georgia, Ireland (Rep.), Japan, Korea (Rep.), Monaco, New Zealand, Romania, Rwanda, San Marino, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay and Vatican City (Holy See).
– This does not apply to family members of nationals of EEA Member States. They must present proof of their relationship.
– This does not apply to family members of British nationals. They must present proof of their relationship.
– This does not apply to passengers with a D visa issued by Switzerland.
– This does not apply to passengers with a Schengen C visa issued by Switzerland after 16 March 2020.
– This does not apply to unmarried partners of residents of Switzerland. They must have a written invitation from the residents in Switzerland and present proof of their relationship.

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Quarantine

Self-isolation at own accommodation- subject to categorisation.

Persons who enter Liechtenstein and who have stayed in a country or territory with increased covid-infection risks in the past 14 days prior to entry into Liechtenstein, are obliged to immediately travel directly to their home or another suitable accommodation. They must stay there permanently for 10 days.
For the latest updates on the list here.

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Insurance
Certification

COVID-19 negative certification not required / not known

Vaccination

Yellow fever (2019)
Country requirement at entry: no
WHO vaccination recommendation: no

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  • Liechtenstein International Restrictions:


    **Travelling from the EU: Travelling from EU/EAA countries, including the United Kingdom, is in principle allowed. All travellers entering Liechtenstein from countries or regions that are defined as Covid risk areas will have to quarantine for 10 days. As of 26.8.20, Andorra, Belgium, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Romania and Spain (with the exception of Canary Islands) are defined as Covid risk areas. *Travelling from Liechtenstein or returning to Liechtenstein: Currently, the following countries are exempt from the general advice against non-urgent travel abroad (unless they are defined as Covid risk areas): countries in the Schengen area, United Kingdom, Andorra, Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Georgia, Ireland, Japan, Morocco, Monaco, New Zealand, Romania, Rwanda, San Marino, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Urugay, Vatican/Holy See. If you re-enter Liechtenstein having at any point in the past 14 days spent time in a state or area defined as a Covid risk area, you must immediately go to your home or to other suitable accommodation, where you must stay for 10 days from the day of your arrival. A list of countries and territories with increased covid-infection risks is defined and regularly updated here. *Rules and Exceptions: Entry restrictions have been lifted for residents of EU/EEA countries (including UK), as well as for their family members (irrespective of their nationality). Travellers that are required to go into quarantine willl be notified during the flight, on board of coaches and at border crossings.

    **Transit: Third country nationals travelling from a Covid risk area, are allowed to transit if they are holding a residence document for their destination country in the Schengen Area and travel through Liechtenstein to their destination country.

    **Third Countries: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. It currently concerns Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Urugay, and the EU states outside the Schengen area (Bulgaria, Ireland, Croatia, Romania, and Cyprus). China is also expected to be removed from the list in line with the EU recommendations, provided it guarantees reciprocal rights of entry to people travelling from Liechtenstein.

    Internal Restrictions:
    All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres.
    Wearing a face mask is compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. All shops, markets, restaurants, religious and cultural institutions are able to reopen and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls may also reopen, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. Groups of more than four people will be able to sit at a table in restaurants and bars. Events of up to 1000 people are allowed. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German)

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    18.09.2020
  • Liechtenstein *****International Restrictions:
    ***From EU Countries: ***From EU: Travelling from EU/EAA countries, including the United Kingdom, is in principle allowed. All travellers entering Liechtenstein from countries or regions that are defined as Covid risk areas will have to quarantine for 10 days. As of 26.8.20, Andorra, Belgium, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Romania and Spain (with the exception of Canary Islands) are defined as Covid risk areas. Travelling from Liechtenstein or returning to Liechtenstein. Currently, the following countries are exempt from the general advice against non-urgent travel abroad (unless they are defined as Covid risk areas): countries in the Schengen area, United Kingdom, Andorra, Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Georgia, Ireland, Japan, Morocco, Monaco, New Zealand, Romania, Rwanda, San Marino, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Urugay, Vatican/Holy See. If you re-enter Liechtenstein having at any point in the past 14 days spent time in a state or area defined as a Covid risk area, you must immediately go to your home or to other suitable accommodation, where you must stay for 10 days from the day of your arrival. A list of countries and territories with increased covid-infection risks is defined and regularly updated here. **Rules and Exceptions: Entry restrictions have been lifted for residents of EU/EEA countries (including UK), as well as for their family members (irrespective of their nationality). Travellers that are required to go into quarantine willl be notified during the flight, on board of coaches and at border crossings.

    ***Transit: Third country nationals travelling from a Covid risk area, are allowed to transit if they are holding a residence document for their destination country in the Schengen Area and travel through Liechtenstein to their destination country

    ***Third Country Nationals: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. It currently concerns: Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Urugay, and the EU states outside the Schengen area (Bulgaria, Ireland, Croatia, Romania, and Cyprus). China is also expected to be removed from the list in line with the EU recommendations, provided it guarantees reciprocal rights of entry to people travelling from Liechtenstein.

    *****Internal Restrictions:
    All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres.
    Wearing a face mask is compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. All shops, markets, restaurants, religious and cultural institutions are able to reopen and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls may also reopen, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. Groups of more than four people will be able to sit at a table in restaurants and bars. Events of up to 1000 people are allowed. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German)

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    11.09.2020
  • Liechtenstein *****International Restrictions:
    ***From EU Countries: The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened, but inspections may be in operation. Travelling from EU/EAA countries, including the United Kingdom, is in principle allowed. All travellers entering Liechtenstein from countries or regions that are defined as Covid risk areas will have to quarantine for 10 days. As of 26.8.20, Andorra, Belgium, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Romania and Spain (with the exception of Canary Islands) are defined as Covid risk areas. Currently, the following countries are exempt from the general advice against non-urgent travel abroad (unless they are defined as Covid risk areas): countries in the Schengen area, United Kingdom, Andorra, Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Georgia, Ireland, Japan, Morocco, Monaco, New Zealand, Romania, Rwanda, San Marino, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Urugay, Vatican/Holy See. If you re-enter Liechtenstein having at any point in the past 14 days spent time in a state or area defined as a Covid risk area, you must immediately go to your home or to other suitable accommodation, where you must stay for 10 days from the day of your arrival. A list of countries and territories with increased covid-infection risks is defined and regularly updated at [www.bag.admin.ch]. **Rules and Exceptions: Entry restrictions have been lifted for residents of EU/EEA countries (including UK), as well as for their family members (irrespective of their nationality). Travellers that are required to go into quarantine willl be notified during the flight, on board of coaches and at border crossings.
    ***Transit: Transit is allowed through Liechstenstein.
    ***Third Country Nationals: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. It currently concerns: Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Urugay, and the EU states outside the Schengen area (Bulgaria, Ireland, Croatia, Romania, and Cyprus). China is also expected to be removed from the list in line with the EU recommendations, provided it guarantees reciprocal rights of entry to people travelling from Liechtenstein.

    *****Internal Restrictions:
    All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres.
    Wearing a face mask is compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. All shops, markets, restaurants, religious and cultural institutions are able to reopen and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls may also reopen, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. Groups of more than four people will be able to sit at a table in restaurants and bars. Events of up to 1000 people are allowed. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German)

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    07.09.2020
  • Liechtenstein *****International Restrictions:
    ***From EU Countries: Travelling from EU/EAA countries, including the United Kingdom, is in principle allowed. All travellers entering Liechtenstein from countries or regions that are defined as Covid risk areas will have to quarantine for 10 days. As of 26.8.20, Andorra, Belgium, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Romania and Spain (with the exception of Canary Islands) are defined as Covid risk areas. Currently, the following countries are exempt from the general advice against non-urgent travel abroad (unless they are defined as Covid risk areas): countries in the Schengen area, United Kingdom, Andorra, Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Georgia, Ireland, Japan, Morocco, Monaco, New Zealand, Romania, Rwanda, San Marino, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Urugay, Vatican/Holy See. If you re-enter Liechtenstein having at any point in the past 14 days spent time in a state or area defined as a Covid risk area, you must immediately go to your home or to other suitable accommodation, where you must stay for 10 days from the day of your arrival. A list of countries and territories with increased covid-infection risks is defined and regularly updated at [www.bag.admin.ch]. **Rules and Exceptions: Entry restrictions have been lifted for residents of EU/EEA countries (including UK), as well as for their family members (irrespective of their nationality). Travellers that are required to go into quarantine willl be notified during the flight, on board of coaches and at border crossings.
    ***Transit: Transit is allowed through Liechstenstein.
    ***Third Country Nationals: Following the EU council recommendations, entry restrictions are lifted for a selection of third countries. It currently concerns: Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Urugay, and the EU states outside the Schengen area (Bulgaria, Ireland, Croatia, Romania, and Cyprus). China is also expected to be removed from the list in line with the EU recommendations, provided it guarantees reciprocal rights of entry to people travelling from Liechtenstein.

    *****Internal Restrictions:
    All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres.
    Wearing a face mask is compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. All shops, markets, restaurants, religious and cultural institutions are able to reopen and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls may also reopen, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. Groups of more than four people will be able to sit at a table in restaurants and bars. Events of up to 1000 people are allowed. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German) [https://www.regierung.li/coronavirus].

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    26.08.2020
  • Liechtenstein *****International Restrictions:
    The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened, but inspections may be in operation.
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland.
    Entry in to Switzerland for UK/EU and EFTA nationals is permitted. Family members of UK/EU/EFTA nationals regardless of nationality are also permitted. There are restrictions on entry to Switzerland for other nationals.
    Travellers entering Liechtenstein from certain countries have to quarantine for ten days, regardless of nationality. Countries affected include Argentina, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Belarus, Brazil, Cape Verde, Chile, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Honduras, Iraq, Israel, Kosovo, Kuwait, Moldova, North Macedonia, Oman, Panama, Peru, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, South Africa, Sweden, the Turks and Caicos Islands, and the USA.

    *****Internal Restrictions:
    All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres.
    Wearing a face mask is compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. All shops, markets, restaurants, religious and cultural institutions are able to reopen and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls may also reopen, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. Groups of more than four people will be able to sit at a table in restaurants and bars. Events of up to 1000 people are allowed. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German) [https://www.regierung.li/coronavirus].

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    09.07.2020
  • Liechtenstein *****International Restrictions:
    The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened, but inspections may be in operation.
    Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland.
    As of June 15, Switzerland has lifted all COVID-19 related entry restrictions for travelers from other Schengen countries. Please note that the Swiss decision to lift entry restrictions into Switzerland is not necessarily based on a mutual agreement with the other country.

    *****Internal Restrictions:
    All contact with other individuals should be at a distance of at least 1.5 metres.
    Wearing a face mask is compulsory when travelling on public transport and failure to do so is punishable by a fine Children under the age of 12 are exempt from this requirement. All shops, markets, restaurants, religious and cultural institutions are able to reopen and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls may also reopen, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. Groups of more than four people will be able to sit at a table in restaurants and bars. Events of up to 1000 people are allowed. You can find more information on the emergency measures in place on the Government website (in German) [https://www.regierung.li/coronavirus].

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    07.07.2020
  • Liechtenstein *****International Restrictions:
    The borders with Switzerland and Austria have reopened, but inspections may be in operation. Airports in both Austria and Switzerland are open.
    As of June 15, Switzerland has lifted all COVID-19 related entry restrictions for travelers from other Schengen countries. Please note that the Swiss decision to lift entry restrictions into Switzerland is not necessarily based on a mutual agreement with the other country.

    *****Internal Restrictions:
    A distance of 2 metres must be maintained between people who do not live in the same household when gathering in public. Events of up to 300 people are allowed. Those aged over 65 or with pre-existing medical conditions are encouraged to stay at home. All shops, markets, restaurants, religious and cultural institutions are able to reopen and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls may also reopen, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. Groups of more than four people will be able to sit at a table in restaurants and bars.

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    29.06.2020
  • Liechtenstein Passengers are not allowed to enter.
    This does not apply to passengers arriving from Schengen Member States.
    This does not apply to passenger with a cross-border commuter permit who are entering Switzerland for work, with a C-visa issued by Switzerland for the purpose of “business meetings” as specialists in the field of health or “official visit” of great importance, with a D-visa issued by Switzerland or who have an assurance of a residence permit.
    This does not apply to passengers traveling directly through Switzerland to another Schengen Member State from which they hold a residence permit, work permit or a national visa.
    This does not apply to passengers who are entitled to freedom of movement (citizens of EU/EFTA-states) and have a professional reason for entering Switzerland and have a confirmation of registration.
    This does not apply to passengers who are of great importance as specialists in the health sector.

    Internal Restrictions:
    A distance of 2 metres must be maintained between people who do not live in the same household when gathering in public. Events of up to 300 people are allowed. Those aged over 65 or with pre-existing medical conditions are encouraged to stay at home. All shops, markets, restaurants, religious and cultural institutions are able to reopen and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls may also reopen, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. Groups of more than four people will be able to sit at a table in restaurants and bars.

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    17.06.2020
  • Liechtenstein Passengers are not allowed to enter.
    This does not apply to passenger with a cross-border commuter permit who are entering Switzerland for work, with a C-visa issued by Switzerland for the purpose of “business meetings” as specialists in the field of health or “official visit” of great importance, with a D-visa issued by Switzerland or who have an assurance of a residence permit.
    This does not apply to passengers traveling directly through Switzerland, provided that there are no reasons to believe that the country towards which they intend to leave Switzerland will refuse entry.
    This does not apply to passengers who have to travel to their place of work abroad, provided they can present a valid employment contract.
    This does not apply to passengers who are already legally residing within the EU/EFTA area and that are travelling for tourist purposes, provided that they can credibly demonstrate that they actually want to/can enter the destination country, e.g. by presenting a hotel booking, holiday apartment, etc.
    This does not apply to passengers who are entitled to freedom of movement (citizens of EU/EFTA-states) and have a professional reason for entering Switzerland and have a confirmation of registration.
    This does not apply to passengers who are of great importance as specialists in the health sector.

    Internal Restrictions:
    A distance of 2 metres must be maintained between people who do not live in the same household when gathering in public. Events of up to 300 people are allowed. Those aged over 65 or with pre-existing medical conditions are encouraged to stay at home. All shops, markets, restaurants, religious and cultural institutions are able to reopen and medical practitioners (including dentists) have resumed all non-urgent treatment. Mountain railways, campsites and tourist facilities, all entertainment and leisure facilities such as cinemas, concert venues, theatres, casinos and gambling halls may also reopen, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools and wellness facilities. Groups of more than four people will be able to sit at a table in restaurants and bars.

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    09.06.2020
  • Liechtenstein Passengers are not allowed to enter.
    This does not apply to passenger with a cross-border commuter permit who are entering Switzerland for work, with a C-visa issued by Switzerland for the purpose of “business meetings” as specialists in the field of health or “official visit” of great importance, with a D-visa issued by Switzerland or who have an assurance of a residence permit.
    This does not apply to passengers traveling directly through Switzerland, provided that there are no reasons to believe that the country towards which they intend to leave Switzerland will refuse entry.
    This does not apply to passengers who have to travel to their place of work abroad, provided they can present a valid employment contract.
    This does not apply to passengers who are already legally residing within the EU/EFTA area and that are travelling for tourist purposes, provided that they can credibly demonstrate that they actually want to/can enter the destination country, e.g. by presenting a hotel booking, holiday apartment, etc.
    This does not apply to passengers who are entitled to freedom of movement (citizens of EU/EFTA-states) and have a professional reason for entering Switzerland and have a confirmation of registration.
    This does not apply to passengers who are of great importance as specialists in the health sector.

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    03.06.2020
  • Liechtenstein The border with Switzerland remains open. However, the border crossings at Schellenberg and Mauren are closed. Until further notice. Switzerland handles immigration and customs matters for Liechtenstein. Entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland.

    27.05.2020
  • Liechtenstein The Liechtenstein authorities have introduced a number of measures in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. You should comply with any additional screening measures put in place by the authorities.

    09.05.2020
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    Foreign travel advice, Gov.UK/
    US State Dept. COVID-19 Country Specific Information/
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